Wyoming Statutes Title 26. Insurance Code § 26-13-201. False applications, claims and proofs of loss prohibited

(a) No person shall knowingly or willfully:

(i) Make any false or fraudulent statement or representation in or with reference to any application for insurance or for the purpose of obtaining any money or benefit;

(ii) Present or cause to be presented a false or fraudulent claim or any proof in support of a claim for the payment of the loss upon a contract of insurance;

(iii) Prepare, make or subscribe a false or fraudulent certificate, or other document with intent that the certificate or other document may be presented or used in support of the claim.


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